Popular Sport Blue Big Inflatable Paintball Obstacle For Laser Tag
0.9MM PVC CE
0.90mm PVC tarpaulin
material with SGS, EN14960,pump with CE/UL
7-15 days after received payment
Repair kit ,water glue.
inflatable packed in PVC carrying bag, carton for blower
by express or sea or air
imported high-sealed machine
What is Paintball?
Paintball is a team sport. Two or more teams of one to several
thousand players compete to accomplish objectives while shooting at
each other with paintball guns (or if you want to be PC, paintball
markers). If you get shot, you’re out for the rest of the round.
What’s fun about it?
Paintballers are at least as obsessed about their kit—masks,
hoppers (to hold the paintballs), tanks (to hold the compressed
gas), barrels, pants, jerseys, cleats, pads, pods, pod packs,
etc.—as your average gun nut. There’s a strong parallel between the
firearm and paintball communities, including forum bickering,
brand-based prejudices, accusations of snake oil and, with the
relatively-recent introduction of .50 paintballs, we even have our
own caliber wars.
Ostensibly, the purpose of the gear is to let you play the game.
Tweaking your “loadout” in the garage is big fun, but it’s not the
How do you play?
Paintball can be as simple as a bunch of guys playing on a friend’s
property, with everyone trying to shoot everyone else. More
organized play breaks into three categories: scenario, woodsball
and airball. They differ in where you play, what you’re trying to
accomplish, and the number of players on each team.
The majority of tournament play—the driving force in the
industry—is airball. If you’ve seen paintball on television
recently, it was almost certainly airball. Games take place on a
small (150’ x 125’) field cleared of obstacles, apart from
Teams usually consist of three to 10 players each. There are two
flags, one each at stations at opposite ends of the field. Players
start near their own flag. The goal: take the opponent’s flag and
return it to your flag station. In reality, the fields are so small
it’s nearly impossible to successfully return the flag so long as
any member of the opposite team is alive. Victory usually belongs
to the team that shoots out all the opposing players. These games
are fast paced, normally only a handful of minutes long.